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St Albans Park and Cathedral - provided
Reconnect with incredible family fun in the South East with incredible stories, heroes of history and tales of discovery. From walking in the footsteps of ancestors to unearthing tales of World War II bravery there’s lots to explore. 
Be inspired by our selection of some of the great things to see and do in the South East and book your next visit today.
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Dover Castle & Secret Wartime Castle

Dover Castle is one of England’s most famous sights. Along with the White Cliffs, visitors from across the Channel are greeted by the dominating structure of the castle, which has had fortifications since the Iron Ages.

Hatfield House - provided by Visit Kent
Hatfield House

Located just 20 miles north of London, Hatfield House is an estate with over 400 years of history. Built in 1611 by Robert Cecil, the 1st Earl of Salisbury, the site is home to a stunning Jacobean country house once adjoining Hatfield Palace, the famous site where Queen Elizabeth I learnt she would be queen.

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Colchester’s Horrible History 

Join Castle Gaolers on this entertaining walking tour of Colchester - But beware, as this is the story of Colchester with all the nice bits taken out!  It is a tale of death and disease, murder and execution, war and riot, witchcraft and burnings, and not forgetting a few ghosts thrown in for good measure. 

D-Day Museum Portsmouth - Visit Hampshir
The D-Day Story

The D-Day Story is the only museum in the UK dedicated to the Allied Invasion of Europe in June 1944 and tells the unique personal military and civilian stories behind this epic event.

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